Around the World
Asus Eee Pad Transformer: Sells out on first day
Hi i just want to know reviews about this product from anyone who has one as i was looking to buy. What are pros/ cons?
With the number of tablets coming out and the fierce competition that ha arisen within the tablet-related arena in the last couple of years, [url=http://www.laptopspark.com/products/7-in ch-Upgrated-Google-Android-22-Tablet-4GB-HDMI -3D-Game-with-Remote-Control-MID-Aluminum-She ll-laptop-264.html]7 inch Upgrated Google Android 2.2 Tablet 4GB HDMI 3D Game with Remote Control MID Aluminum Shell[/url]
it is vital for you to work out what kind of tablet you want before purchasing.
When it comes to tablets, we're not really ready for software keyboards, [url=http://www.laptopspark.com/products/8-in ch-Freescale-A8-Google-Android-22-Tablet-512M B-4GB-HDD-External-3G-With-WiFi-laptop-259.ht ml]8 inch Freescale A8 Google Android 2.2 Tablet 512MB 4GB HDD External 3G With WiFi[/url]are we? Or maybe the developers of software keyboards aren't yet ready for us.
This week, we received the Asus Eee Pad Transformer tablet. Like with most new tablets that enter this building, it was immediately pounced on by a pack of ravenous wolves group of my coworkers.
What made the Transformer's debut more exciting than most was its primary claim to fame and origin of its namesake: the keyboard/dock accessory.
In the case of the Transformer, it's also utilitarian. [url=http://www.laptopspark.com/products/Andr oid-23-8-inch-Google-1080P-HDMI-Support-Flash -101-Gravity-Sensor-Tablet-PC-laptop-387.html ]Android 2.3 8 inch Google 1080P HDMI Support Flash 10.1 Gravity Sensor Tablet PC [/url]The $150 accessory includes two USB ports, an SD card reader, and its own battery. Once connected, it's like your very own Honeycomb Netbook.
No replies to this message